October 24th.  The Wind E.S.E. very cold dark & cloudy, but dry all day, To Day LLoydiarth Windmill began to grind the first Corn.
25th.  The Wind S.E. a clear dry day, a very great Fair at LLanfeche[ll sw] and the greatest number of Cattle, as ever was there, and a great many sold for good rates: 2 steers of two year old were sold there for Six pounds & five shillings.
26th.  The Wind E. & by S. very calm and warm,sun-shiny and clear; to day I begin to sow Rye in Coydan Pinfold.
27th.  The Wind S.S.E. a clear, fine day & warm, a good full market to day at LLanfechell, gave 1s. Charity to a poor person .
28th.  The Wind S. & by E. very fair warm & dry till night, when it rained very hard, as it did I believe most part of the night
29th.   The Wind S. a still, calm day, and the Air very close & thick, the Parson finished the Sermon begun this day fortnight.
30th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & cold, sun-shiny & very fair, my people at the same work as before; carrying of Sand, & plowing for Rye at Coydan. pd. 6d for half a Hundred of Oysters.

31st.   ●9 [this is written in the margin immediately below '31st.' sw]

The Wind E. the Weather calm & raw, with a wet miz – -ling rain all the morning, the Evening dry & calm ,but rained excessive hard in the night.

Novr. ist.  The Wind E. calm & warm, and a pleasant, fair, Sun-shiny day, this day my Servants are employed in bringing home the P[e sw]ntirs.
2d.  The Wind E. very calm, but cloudy & cold raw weather in the morning; the Evening clear & warm; made a very good Fair at LLanerchymedd, & good rates, but never were seen fewer Cattle.
3d. The Wind E. very calm, but cold raw weather in the Morn- -ing, the Evening clear & pleasant, but still very cold  · a full Markett to day at LLanfechell.

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